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Thu, Feb 08



Explore: Mountain Hearth: Intentional Neighborhood Old Fort

Creating a Village in the Blue Ridge, with Sheridan Hill.

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Explore: Mountain Hearth: Intentional Neighborhood Old Fort
Explore: Mountain Hearth: Intentional Neighborhood Old Fort

Time & Location

Feb 08, 2024, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM



About the Event


CCLD member Sheridan Hill invites interested folks to join this group to create an eco-friendly, inter-generational, participatory co-housing community where we support each other as loving neighbors through all that life brings, including dying.

Let’s redefine rural life and come together to create a neighborhood that supports friendly cooperation and socialization. People who engage in meaningful, productive activities with others tend to live longer, boost their mood, and have a sense of purpose. Studies show that meaningful activities with others may actually improve cognitive function.

Core values: Eco-friendly living, Organic gardening, Healing arts, Vegetarian-focused, Social Sustainability, Deep authentic acceptance of each individual, Transmit our values through song,Lead with love, Practice Gratitude, Offer and Receive Support, Live Simply, Be Keepers of the Earth, Create and play, Be kind, Care for our own in illness and dying.The village would be a European-style village of up to 12 small, densely clustered homes. A combination of private and community-owned land. We would maintain a 60-40 balance (either direction) between elder homeowner-residents and younger homeowner-residents.

Mountain Hearth Village Ad in Foundation for Intentional Communities

The YouTube about the proposed intentional community

Mountain Hearth Zoom meetings will be held the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 12:30 pm.

Monthly Site Visits will be held the 3rd Sunday of every month at 1:30 pm with the option of coming at noon for a shared meal.

ZOOM: Here is the recurring The Zoom link for the 12:30 (note: not noon) meeting. 

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